Screening and panel with co-directors of this "part road-movie, part inspirational small town drama, and part art documentary."
Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Larry Silvers explores the imagery of the seaborne empire of the Netherlands during the Golden Age of the 17th century
Presentations on resistance, art, building your own university, and Black Mountain College.
Writers, thinkers, and environmentalists discuss fracking; panel based on first anthology of creative writing that explores fracking.
Nelson Ogbuagu ’16 wins 2016 Nick Adams Short Story Contest; Grace Lloyd ’16 earns honorable mention.
Damon Williams '14 presents "Bigger Than the Cops: Racialized State Violence and the Movement for Black Lives."
Celebrated Western musician joins orchestra for free, public concert Saturday, April 16, 2016.
The Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Symposium will take place in the Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center and will feature the work of over 70 students.
Please come support the students as they present their papers, posters, readings, and performances.
Fred Magdoff of the University of Vermont will present a talk and will lead a roundtable on 'Soil and Health' earlier in the day.
Students' BAX and Studio Faculty Exhibition at Faulconer Gallery open Friday, April 8